Utilizing TotalTakeover™ (TTO) Autocomplete-Optimization marketing empowers you to strategically bypass your competition. Adopt TTO — a rare case where ‘inside-the-box’ thinking offers the advantage you need to stand out.

TTO’s Autocomplete-Optimization gets results

In the past, you had to fight and pay a heavy price for the top of page one using SEO and pay for every click in a pay-per-click campaign. But now, you have the opportunity to outpace your competition, let go of the pay-per-click approach, and take control of the entire first page of organic search results.

We call it TotalTakeover™

Through our Autocomplete-Optimization program, we leverage search box autocomplete to position your company name right where everyone’s gaze falls — the search box suggestions. This is the space where people input their searches. Consequently, your company will appear in the auto-suggestion box of search engines, giving the impression of recommendations or authoritative status. Whatever the rationale, individuals will likely gravitate towards your company. After all, from a customer’s perspective, it seems as though Google and Bing are suggesting they do so.

Thinking “inside the box” with TTO

Our Autocomplete-Optimization program capitalizes on autocomplete optimization to position your company name right in the spotlight — the search box suggestions. This is the destination for every user’s query. In the auto-suggestions box, your company will make its mark. It creates an impression that you’re being recommended, or that you’re an authority in your field. For whatever reason, this encourages people to choose your company. After all, from your customers’ viewpoint, it appears that search engines like Google and Bing are steering them your way.

Take the whole page with TTO

You built a great business.  Let us get you in front of the customers.

You worked hard to build your business.

Now, newer companies with less industry experience are overshadowing you due to their advanced online know-how. Yet, being more tech-savvy doesn’t necessarily equate to superior customer service.

We’re aware of established companies with four decades of experience losing momentum to newer entrants who command the online space. It’s time for you to reclaim your rightful position.

TTO’s Autocomplete-Optimization ensures your visibility to every potential customer searching for your services. Your company name will be at the forefront of each search related to your product or service. Propel your business back to pole position with Autocomplete-Optimization.


Where the search engines suggest where the user should go.

The World shops on the first page.

It’s a well-known fact that very few individuals venture past the first page of search results.

Typically, consumers scan the initial page, and if they don’t find what they’re after, they refine their search term and initiate a new search.

You can, however, secure a spot in the suggestion box presented by Google and Bing. When customers search for your product or service, your name appears as a search engine recommendation.

This instills confidence in consumers, encouraging them to choose your offerings.

If you’re not sure which keywords are the best for your business,  we’ll help you identify them.

Often, you’re aware of the keyword phrases that attract your customers. However, identifying the optimal keywords can sometimes be challenging. We’re here to assist. Our team of seasoned professionals will collaborate with you to determine the most effective keywords tailored to your industry.

Our objective is to establish a durable partnership, which begins by ensuring the utilization of keyword phrases that will attract new customers.

Upon your submission of an Autocomplete-Optimization order, our team will meticulously review the submitted keyword phrases. If we identify any potential phrases worth your consideration, we’ll reach out to you. Our keyword research is performed based on the following criteria:

  • Monthly search volume
  • Keyword competitiveness
  • Pay-per-click bid costs
  • Searches related to buyers vs. researchers
  • Urgent need phrases